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Match date Saturday 15 July 2000, 3pm kick-off
Opposition Dulwich Hamlet and Didcot Town - Friendlies
Ticket information Pay on the day
Travel, pubs, food  Dulwich Hamlet: Champion Hill Stadium is in East Dulwich, close to East Dulwich station.
Didcot: Loop Meadow Stadium is only 5 mins walk from Didcot Parkway.
Team news Reading will be taking a mixture of first teamers, reserves, and youth players to both games, although the strongest team will probably be the one at Dulwich Hamlet who are in a higher league - the Ryman Premier. With two games at the same time almost all of the first team squad will get a game. Nicky Hammond, the new reserve team manager, will be taking a side to Didcot, and Alan Pardew will probably be on his way to Dulwich Hamlet - where he used to play. Reading Football Club have posted the following squad listings to the Royalmail mailing list:

Royals side at Didcot: Scott Howie, Adam Lockwood, Barry Hunter, Adie Williams, Darren Caskey, Phil Parkinson, Sean Evers, Jim Mcintyre, Nicky Forster, Joey Alcott, John Polston, Scott Williams, Jimmy Crawford, Stuart Gosby.

Royals side at Dulwich: Phil Whitehead, Graeme Murty, Matt Robinson, Adi Viveash, John Mackie, Sammy Igoe, Keith Jones, Nathan Tyson, Darius Henderson, Lee Hodges, Craig Brown, Joe Gamble, Adam Campion, Jamie Ashdown.
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